Alfa Romeo 8C 2900
In a turbulent market, even great cars can slip into a backwater. We asked six experts to tip those set to move again soon
To a casual observer the classic car market has been on a long upward trajectory since the late Nineties. Yet the closer we get to the end of this decade, the more it looks like the speculators have left the party. Quite dramatic growth is still seen lower down the scale, where some younger classics are developing cult status. At the top end of the market, many prices peaked around summer 2015 and have since cooled a little. Now, with values stable and enthusiasts taking over from the money men, a steadier rise can resume. To unpick this intriguingly mixed picture, six market experts guide us to the hottest buys in every price bracket.